MISSION: To provide comprehensive, high-quality healthcare consistent with our communities’ needs. We do this by creating a Total Healing Environment in which the people of YRMC work in partnership with patients and their families to provide peace of mind and peace of heart, as well as physical cure and comfort, because we understand the indivisible relationship that exists between body, mind and the human spirit. AGENCY SELF-DESCRIPTION: Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) is proud to provide comprehensive health and wellness resources for every member of the family. Our Family Resource Center is an excellent example of our commitment to supporting families in western Yavapai County. The Family Resource Center staff is dedicated to helping parents with the often complex task of raising a happy, healthy family through programs like First Steps and Healthy Families. Making sure that uninsured and underinsured children in our community receive the healthcare they need is the focus of YRMC’s Partners for Healthy Students program that provides healthcare services to school aged children and their younger siblings at no cost. You can always count on YRMC for advanced not-for-profit medical care for every member of your family. YRMC’s growing list of acute care services includes emergency care, surgical services, advanced wound care, endoscopy services, medical imaging and laboratory services, respiratory care, physical, occupational and speech therapy, and of course the Family Birthing Center, the BreastCare Center, and the James Family Heart Center. CHILDBIRTH CLASSES, YRMC EAST, PRESCOTT VALLEY Preparing for childbirth – families can choose between the original six-week course, or Just the Basics three-week course, or One More Time two-week course intended for families who have had previous childbirth experience. Classes are open to all expectant families and are held on an ongoing basis at YRMC East in Prescott Valley. Expectant mothers should plan to attend during their sixth or seventh month of pregnancy. Please call (928) 442-8800 for more information or to register. PARTNERS FOR HEALTHY STUDENTS YRMC's Partners for Healthy Students program brings healthcare services to schools for children who have no health insurance, are underinsured or are AHCCCS/KidsCare eligible. A Pediatric Nurse Practitioner delivers healthcare and the clinics are licensed by the Arizona Department of Health Services. Call (928) 771-5662 for more information. FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER No one is born knowing how to be a parent. Raising children in today’s world can be a complicated process – and one that presents a wide range of challenges on an almost daily basis. YRMC's Family Resource Center is here to help you with the often-complex task of raising a happy, healthy family. From educational materials to individual home visitation, the Family Resource Center offers the support you need to be a successful parent. To serve the needs of parents and their young children, we are pleased to offer residents of the greater Prescott area the following two voluntary programs – First Steps and Healthy Families – at absolutely no cost. Call (928) 771-5651 for more information. FIRST STEPS The First Steps program supports new families by providing a hospital visit after the baby’s birth, weekly or monthly phone calls depending on the family’s need, education and support groups, and links to community resources. Call (928) 771-5651 for more information. HEALTHY FAMILIES The Healthy Families program provides intensive support and parenting education to new families by degreed family support specialists. Services include a hospital visit after the baby’s birth, home visits prenatally and continuing until the child is five years old, individualized parent education, support groups, and links to community resources. Call (928) 771-5651 for more information.
Wednesday, 11 January 2017


  • Street: 1003 Willow Creek Road
  • City: Prescott
  • State: AZ - Arizona
  • Postcode: 86301


  • Telephone: 928-442-2700
  • E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Services: Disability Services, Welcomes Volunteers
  • Wednesday, 11 January 2017


Emergency Services: 911 Police, Fire and Ambulance

Arizona Poison & Drug Information Center - website
(800) 222-1222
Birth to Five Helpline - website 
(877) 705-KIDS (5437)
Child Care Resource & Referral - website 
(800) 308-9000 

Childhelp National Hotline (based in AZ) - website
800-4-A-CHILD | (800) 422-4453

(928) 505-3153

Stepping Stone Agencies - website
Domestic Violence Hotline: (928) 445-HOPE

2-1-1 Arizona - website
Dial 2-1-1 to speak to a specialist
Yavapai County Community Health Services - website
Contact local agencies

West Yavapai Guidance Clinic Children and Family Services - website
(928) 445-5211